New Products for Fire and Life Safety

ESFR pendent sprinklers, clean agent systems for small fire hazard areas and UL 864 Ninth Edition listed fire alarm control panels


ESFR pendent sprinkler with a K factor of 16.8 (242) uses a fast response fusible element and provides protection for most common storage materials without the use of in-rack sprinklers. The devices is cULus listed and FM approved for buildings up to 40 ft. high and storage heights up to 35 ft. with no in-rack sprinklers. The sprinkler is also approved for up to 45 ft. high buildings and up to 40 ft. storage heights with one row of in-rack sprinklers installed. For more about the K17 ESFR from Viking, click here .

Clean agent system is said to be simple in design, yet complex in capabilities, and is suited to ATMs and safe deposit boxes. The system is ideal for Class A, B and C small fire hazard areas such as ATMs, safe deposit boxes, here .

Intelligent fire alarm control panel is UL 864 Ninth Edition listed NFS2-640, with modular design and multiple display options. The panel is engineered specifically for medium-size applications, using technologies that maximize flexibility, quicken alarm response, and simplify maintenance and usability. The panel is said to be ideal for mid-size commercial office buildings, strip malls, assisted living facilities, and school buildings. For more about NFS2-640 from Notifier, click here .

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